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Back to the Bosque


Published 2000


New Mexico State University



Back to the Bosque

Video furnished by Media Productions, New Mexico State University. Noncommercial use only. Experience a day in the life of a migrating bird with Sandy, the sandhill crane, one of the many birds who flock to the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge when the weather turns cold. Sandy, your tour guide, explains how and why the Bosque became a National Refuge and how the bird and animal populations are managed there. Breathtaking scenery and lively, colorful graphics highlight this fun and educational video.



Producer New Mexico State University
Language English


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Reviews

Reviewer: Jilly9 - - February 6, 2012
Subject: cute
Animated sandhill crane narrates film about the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico, for kids.

Good for kids but also lots of shots of sandhill cranes & Rio Grande river and some Piro Indian artifacts.

Teaches kids about wildlife, cranes, and wildlife habitats.
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